Today we are going to cover the 5th and final issue killing golfers over 50: poor neck rotation flexibility. If you have a stiff neck, it is impossible to take a powerful backswing without the head moving a lot. The more the head moves in the backswing, the more difficult it will be to make… Read More »
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Happy Spring! Today we are going to address the 4th most common issue killing golfers over the age of 50: The flying elbow. The flying elbow occurs at the top of the backswing and is when the right elbow is pointing behind you instead of down at the ground.
From this position, it is nearly impossible… Read More »
Sometimes it’s the simplest things that cause the most problems in the golf swing. The mis-step of standing too close to the ball at address can lead to a whole host of swing problems. This is likely why this is one of the toughest games in the world to master. The act of standing too… Read More »
Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by, today we’re going to take a closer look at the next series in our posts regarding golfers over the age of 50. In this post we’ll cover some great stretching exercises you can take care of at home to help fight the next item on our list of the… Read More »
Hi everyone, thanks for stopping by, today we’re going to take a closer look at the next series in our posts regarding golfers over the age of 50. In this post we’ll cover some fantastic exercises you can perform at home to help combat #2 on our list of the top 5 problems killing golfers… Read More »
Ball position is one of the simplest and most underestimated factors affecting golf swings of most amateur players. It not only can have an effect on contact, but it can also affect your swing path into the ball. In the video below we walk through the basics behind ball position and where it should be… Read More »
Hey everyone, thanks for stopping by, today we’re going to review some great drills and exercises to help prevent some of the issues older golfers face as a follow-up to our previous post: Top 5 Issues Killing Golfers Over 50. We will be writing these posts in a series, this post is specific to “hip… Read More »
“Age” is not a disease. Too many golfers over 50 just accept that their golf game is going to get worse, their drives are going to get wimpy, and their eventually going to have to settle for hitting 5 woods for all of their approach shots……….hooey, garbage, not true!
We have a saying in physical therapy,… Read More »
Drivers over the past couple years have all been touting terms like “optimized flight” “low center of gravity” and “more stable on off-center hits”. In an engineers quest to achieve perfection in a driver, we’ve seen quite a variety of designs, including square heads (Callaway FTi), triangular (Titleist 907 D1), and now even cavity back… Read More »
Most players out there have a natural shape to their ball flight, whether that be a straight (lucky you), fade or a draw. I for one, play a draw, despite having an affair with a nice fade a few years back (ironically, when I was playing my best golf too). While I can talk endlessly… Read More »